Customize Windows 7 Context Menu Editor


There are many programs to customize Windows 7 and we had told you many ways to customize Windows 7 such as context menu tools like Send to Folder Windows 7, 10 right click tools for Windows, tools to customize Windows 7 logon screen, change folder color etc. Today we got a nifty tool for Windows 7 (supports XP and vista too) that allows you to add more, more, more items to the right click context menu of Windows 7.

Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer is a nifty software that works like a charm. It allows you to add any applications in Windows to your right click context menu. You can assign apps on context menu at different situations such as on desktop right click, on drives right click, on files / folders context menu etc.

No installation is required. Just download the software, open it and you get to add the applications to the context menu of Windows 7. First you need to select the location of the context menu such as where you need the apps to add on context menu. Locations such as right click on Desktop, on desktop folders, drives, files etc.

Once you clicked the context menu location, you can check out the pre-defined items (apps) on the right panel to add it context menu. Apps such as calculator, IE, on-screen keyboard, remote desktop, notepad etc etc. So select from these apps, Click add item. The item will be added to the context menu.

Similary, if you want to remove or edit the item, you can use the similar steps and use the options that are listed bottom of the screen to remove / edit the item.

Apart from pre-defined app, if you want to add some customized app to the right click context menu. Once you select the context menu location, enter the text that appears in the context menu in the ‘Text’ text box. for example : if you want to add your website link or some shortcut to any of installed app, then enter the name of the app in the text box.

The next box is Command. On the command box, you need to enter the command action that will be executed when it is clicked. Suppose if you want to open the application file, then enter the path of the app file. You can use the browse button.

Now give an icon to the context menu option. Select a icon from the browse button and finally the position of the context menu option. Select where you want it to appear such as bottom, top etc.

You can see two options such as “Extended” and ‘Disabled’. The extended option, when you check it – to only appear when you press SHIFT and right-click. Check Disabled option if you want to disable the option temporarily.

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